Pulling from Dockerhub
Mudrod is available on Dockerhub for rapid deployment and prototyping.
To get the Mudrod application and environment make sure you have Docker installed then simply execute:
$ docker pull mudrod/mudrod $ docker run -t -i mudrod/mudrod /bin/bash N.B. If you are on MacOSX you may need to run the following two commands first $ boot2docker start $ $(boot2docker shellinit)
You can test it by visiting http://container-ip:8080 in a browser or, if you need access outside the host, on port 8888:
$ docker run -it --rm -p 8888:8080 mudrod:latest
Building the Docker Container Manually
Simply execute the following
$ cd docker $ docker build -t mudrod/mudrod:latest . $ docker run -t -i -d --name mudrodcontainer mudrod/mudrod /bin/bash $ docker attach --sig-proxy=false mudrodcontainer
You will now be within the Mudrod environment with all of the tools required to use the software stack, as mentioned in the Software Requirements.
You can run mudrod as follows
root@e4e137838adc:/usr/local# mudrod _____ .___ .___ / \ __ __ __| _/______ ____ __| _/ / \ / \| | \/ __ |\_ __ \/ _ \ / __ | / Y \ | / /_/ | | | \( <_> ) /_/ | \____|__ /____/\____ | |__| \____/\____ | \/ \/ \/ v0.0.1 Mining and Utilizing Dataset Relevancy from Oceanographic" Datasets to Improve Data Discovery and Access." Usage: run COMMAND" where COMMAND is one of:" logingest ingest logs into Mudrod" ... Most commands print help when invoked w/o parameters."
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